Children with Cancer UK has partnered up with AMRC Open Research. This innovative publishing platform will allow our researchers to publish any research output rapidly and, in an author led and open manner.
AMRC Open Research is the open access publishing platform for work funded by participating AMRC (Association of Medical Research Charities) member charities. The platform is hosted and manged by F1000 Research and enables researchers to publish any research output quickly and without editorial bias based on perceived impact. The platform gives researchers increased control over the publishing process and provides a hub for all data and outputs from charity funded research.
Through AMRC Open Research you can publish any aspect of your research, including research articles, posters, slides, protocols, methods, data etc. The platform has an open peer review process, allowing for an open and constructive dialogue reviewers and authors, aiding research integrity and transparency. All articles benefit from rapid publication, transparent peer review and editorial guidance on making all source data openly available.
It is not mandatory to publish on AMRC Open Research, and we do not expect our researchers to always choose this publication platform. However, we do hope that by providing this option we can remove some of the barriers faced by researchers when attempting to publish their work in traditional journals.
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